Meet the OCC team:
Executive Director, Janice Woody
Janice Woody serves as OCC’s Executive Director. She has volunteered with OCC for 15 years, and is the middle and high school director on Saturday mornings. She has worked full-time in the OCC office for the past 2 years as Finance Director. Her background also includes serving as principal of Lake Monroe Christian Academy where she taught for 13 years and working as an accountant for Deloitte and Touche. She was also the Finance Manager for a missions organization in Kenya. Janice holds a degree in business from University of Windsor. She and her husband Don have 4 adult children who have all served together at OCC since the beginning.
Volunteer Coordinator, Sandy Justin
Sandy Justin serves as OCC’s Volunteer Coordinator and helps lead the large group for our younger boys and girls. Over the years she has served Central Florida’s kids and their families first as an OCPS English teacher and later as a licensed clinical social worker serving children and their foster families. Her husband Dan and teens Kate and Sam can always be found somewhere at OCC on Saturday mornings.
Communications Director, Ashley Eddy
Ashley Eddy serves as OCC’s Communications Director. She has volunteered as a small group leader for the middle and high school students at OCC since 2013. In the past, she has worked in publishing and as an English teacher, and she currently helps develop curriculum for her local church. Ashley is an alumna of the University of Central Florida and the University of Oklahoma and holds degrees in English and Psychology. Saturday mornings at OCC are her favorite part of the week.
Founders, Peter and Isabel O’Driscoll
Pastor Peter O’Driscoll and his wife Isabel have served in Christian ministry for more than 30 years. They met at Liberty University where he graduated with a Pastoral Ministries degree and she with Counseling. He pastored and worked with local churches in the area of evangelism and outreach also serving through the Open Air Campaigners organization. In the early 2000’s , they answered God’s call to begin a Saturday church for the forgotten children living in poverty in Orlando. Fifteen years later, they and their 3 (now grown) children along with thousands of volunteers have invested in the lives of more than 50,000 children from the poorest areas in Orlando.